Curtain being torn in 2:Could it be that the tradition started between the time when the curtain of the Temple between the Holy Place & the Most Holy Place was rent in twain after Jesus' death & the temple being destroyed in 70 AD?
Rope tied around a High Priest:Where do we get the idea that a rope had to be tied around a High Priest's ankle when he entered the Most Holy Place in the Temple in case he had sin in his life & was struck dead? Is it anywhere in the Bible?
Kingdom of God expanding:How does the Kingdom of God, working like a Mustard Seed, getting bigger & bigger, coincide with the idea of one of only a Narrow Path & only a few people finding it? [Matthew 7:12-14]
Sacrificial system reinstated in the Millennium:I've heard that the Bible says that the animal sacrificial system will be reinstated during Jesus' 1000 year reign, sort've to remind us of the sacrifice Christ made on the cross. [Zechariah 14, Ezekiel 40-48, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:18-20, 1 Corinthians 11:23-25, Psalm 40, Hebrews 10]
Jesus being born today:Listener isn't sure if she'd believe in Christianity if Jesus was born in this day & age. Immaculate Conception, Son of God, a Savior, Atonement, Resurrection, it all sounds crazy to her, & if she wouldn't believe that it happened today if it did, why would she believe it happened 2,000 years ago either?
Jesus Healing a blind man on Sabbath:Why did they accuse Him of working on the Sabbath for spitting dirt in the mud & healing a blind man? They were accusing of Him breaking it, too, weren't they? [John 9]
Advancement & Decline of the Kingdom of God:The Kingdom of God is like a Mustard Seed, but it seems like it will grow really strong for awhile, & then decline, such as in Europe, North America. How is it ever going to come to a climax if it continues like that?
Evangelizing the USA/Inner Cities over 3rd World countries:There's always a lot focus of evangelizing 3rd world countries but how come no emphasis in our own backyard, our own country, our own inner cities?
The Rod & the Staff:Is there a difference between the rod & the staff? We aren't supposed to be beating our children w/ a rod, but it does say to use it, "he who spares the rod, hates his child". However, it's hard to punish your children biblically in this day & age. [Proverbs 13:4, 23:13]
Mary, Jesus & turning the water into wine:Did Mary know Jesus could do this type of miracle because of things she had possibly seen Him do before the "first" miracle of turning water into wine? [John 2:1-10]